Class Notes - Executive Summary - Spring 2011

Class Notes - Executive Summary - Spring 2011 - The...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style The Executive Summary BA 324 - Holmes
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  What is an Executive Summary? Also called the  abstract overview ,        or  precis Concisely summarizes the essential  elements of a report, journal article,  conference or workshop session, etc. Presents the report in miniature
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  What is an Executive Summary? Includes ONLY the most essential  information that the reader needs to  make informed decisions and act  wisely
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  Executive Summaries are: Often included before the first page of a lengthy  report (serves as a preview) Often provided to busy executives who may not  have time to read an entire report, article, etc.
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  How do you construct an         Reduce the parts of the report in order         and  in proportion Include highlights of all the major items of  information – the facts, analyses, conclusions,  and recommendations – in proportion The finished product should be a miniature of  the whole, with all the important ingredients  
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2011 for the course BA 324 taught by Professor Donnellan during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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